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The Critical Five Minutes of Class

“You’ll never get a second chance to make a first impression.”¬†This often quoted truth is so common, in fact, that its origin is unclear. Some attribute it to Oscar Wilde, others to William Safire. Regardless, it’s certainly not a hotly … Continue reading

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Authentic Learning can be Messy

One of the parts of my job as Technology Integrator (or “Tech Coach” as I like to call it) that I love most is that I have the privilege of working with a team of such high quality professionals at … Continue reading

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Technology Does Not Equal Engagement

I imagine that most people¬†who would read a blog like this are educators who agree that one of the benefits of technology in education is that it increases student engagement. I wouldn’t be a technology integrator if I didn’t believe … Continue reading

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